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12 oz. Appliance Gloss White Epoxy Spray Paint

  • Durable epoxy paint makes old appliances look new
  • Provides a washable, ultra hard factory like finish
  • Easy to use spray allows quick application and prevents rust
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Product Overview

The Rust-Oleum Specialty 12 oz. Aerosol Epoxy is specifically formulated for use on indoor metal surfaces. It comes in a glossy color that provides a smooth, washable surface for appliances, such as refrigerators, dishwashers, laundry machines and more. The epoxy dries to the touch in 2 hours for use indoors and the 12 oz. can work on areas up to 15 sq. ft.
  • Tough, durable epoxy coating is formulated for the special needs of appliances, cabinets and other indoor metal applications, for use on indoor metal surfaces
  • Superior abrasion and scratch-resistance
  • Washable and moisture resistant finish and dries to the touch in as little as 2 hours
  • One 12 oz. can provides up to 15 sq. ft. of coverage; no primer needed of application
  • Self-leveling formula for a smooth, factory-like finish
  • Gloss finish
  • Clean up with mineral spirits
  • Provides a washable, moisture-resistant surface
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
12 Ounce
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
15

Details

Aerosol / NonAerosol
Aerosol
Base Material
Oil Based
Coating Product Category
Paint
Color Family
Whites
Color/Finish
Gloss White
Dry to touch (min.)
120
Hexadecimal Value
FFFFFF
HSL Value
0.0:0.0:100.0
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
No
Number per Package
1
Paint/Stain Clean Up
Mineral Spirits
Paint/Stain Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Appliance
Returnable
2-Day
RGB Value
255:255:255
Sheen
Gloss
Substrate/Surface Use Type
Metal
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Satisfaction guaranteed for full refund of purchase price

Questions & Answers

124Questions14Answers

can this be used on a stove top?

Asked by missy June 10, 2021
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Happy to help Missy. Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint cannot be applied to a stove top. We have no other coating that can be used to paint a stove top. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

Can I use this on laquer furniture or wood chairs?

Asked by Anna June 1, 2021
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Hi Anna, our Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray is designed for use on bare and previously coated metal surfaces, and is not recommended for furniture. We would recommend using our Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch 2x Ultra Cover Gloss White Spray for this project: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Painter-s-Touch-2X-12-oz-Gloss-White-General-Purpose-Spray-Paint-334048/307244833 - Rust-Oleum Product Support 2

I have a almost brand new retro red refrigerator And I’d like to paint white. Would I need to sand the refrigerator since it’s new?

Asked by mc May 30, 2021
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Happy to help! To ensure full adhesion of Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint, we recommend lightly sanding any smooth, hard, or glossy surfaces. This will create a surface profile and help the new paint adhere to the surface. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

Can this be used to paint the outside of a crockpot?

Asked by Buttons May 14, 2021
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Answers

No, can't use on anything that heats up.

what spray paints are ok to use for interior of a microwave oven

Asked by wayneo May 12, 2021
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Answer

We appreciate your interest, Wayne! While Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint can be used on the exterior of microwaves, we do not recommend any of our products for use inside a microwave. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

Can this be used on copper pipping??

Asked by Big April 14, 2021
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Answer

We can help you! Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray can be applied to copper piping. We do suggest to try applying it to an inconspicuous test area first to ensure the desired results. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 5

would this work (and last) in a scratched up farmhouse sink? thanks!

Asked by karen April 13, 2021
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Answer

Thanks for reaching out to us, Karen! The Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy can be used on a sink, but we recommend that the product only be used on the outside of the sink as this product cannot handle immersion. You may want to consider the Rust-Oleum Specialty Tub & Tile Touch-Up product as this can handle both the outside of the sink and the inside. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rust-Oleum-Specialty-Tub-and-Tile-Touch-Up-Kit-6-Pack-244166/204763640? - Rust-Oleum Product Support 1

How long should I wait before applying clear tabletop epoxy over this paint?

Asked by Tarrah April 10, 2021
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Answers

Thanks for reaching out Tarrah. Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint is designed for application to indoor metal surfaces, such as the exterior of refrigerators, dishwashers and laundry machines. Appliance Epoxy cannot be applied to ceramic or to a sink. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 6

can this be use on a stove door?

Asked by nella March 18, 2021
1
Answer

We appreciate your interest! Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint can be used on the exterior of appliances, as long as the surface does not reach temperatures above 200°F. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

can it be used in cavity of microwave

Asked by Louie March 18, 2021
1
Answer

We appreciate your interest, Louie! Do to the exposure to an open heat source, we do not recommend Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint for use inside a microwave. - Rust-Oleum Product Support 3

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 67 reviews
  • 76% recommend this product
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I had good results with this epoxy paint for a metal grate and also on a plastic shower stall. I ...
I had good results with this epoxy paint for a metal grate and also on a plastic shower stall. I did not perform any prep on the metal grate, but for the plastic shower stall, I scuffed everything with 150 grit sand paper followed by a degreasing wipe down and allowed to dry. I suspect some other reviewers that encountered problems did not follow the instructions regarding recoating times: Extra coats must be applied within 30 minutes, if you miss this time window, then you have to wait for the paint to fully cure before adding another coat which is 1 week. I did 4 light coats about 10 minutes after one another for the first 2, then waited about 20 minutes for the final two touch up coats. One drawback of the paint is that I had 2 cans that started to have a irregular spray pattern when there was very little paint left in the can- make sure you have plenty of paint left before applying your final coat. This paint overspray can get everywhere, so if you can not take your painting outside, I suggest you cover everything with tape & newspaper.
by TOM
Wrinkling
I followed all directions exactly but still ending up with wrinkles. Also had the nozzles get stuck and it started spraying continuously. I had high hopes. I’m still wondering if I got a weird can. Maybe I should try again?
by Haley
Response from Rust-OleumSupportSep 14, 2020
Let's see what we can figure out Haley! Rust-Oleum Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint is an epoxy coating, for best results apply several coats a few minutes apart. Appliance Epoxy can only be recoated in under 30 minutes or after 7 days. If recoated after 30 minutes and before 7 days, the solvent in the new coat will dissolve the film (skin) that has formed, the coating will wrinkle.
- Rust-Oleum Product Support 6 Rustoleum
1 person found this helpful
I have a clothes dryer that is over 15 years old. Started to get hairline scratches with rust on ...
I have a clothes dryer that is over 15 years old. Started to get hairline scratches with rust on the top surface. Don't know what caused the scratches, but they were bugging my wife and a can of spray paint is a lot cheaper than a new dryer. Followed the instructions and applied three light coats. The top surface looks brand new. Worked better than expected. Since it is winter and I did not want to disconnect the vent and gas line either, decided to paint the dryer in place. I did build a make-shift painting booth to capture the over spray. Good thing I did, or I would have gotten spray paint every where.
by Tiuk
8 people found this helpful
It ruined my project!
I sprayed a clean lamp with this "appliance epoxy" and after noticed some light areas I missed, the directions said to wait 1 week for respray but I didnt trust this so I sprayed a test piece then resprayed a different section on it once a week to see the reaction, it took 4 WEEKS before it wouldnt wrinkle then to be safe I waited one additional week and then resprayed my lamp and you can see in my photos the results were shocking with nasty lifting & wrinkling! Prob would have needed 2 months if ever! Now I have to strip and restart the whole thing. Why does rustoleum mislead with recoat times?
by mrdoit
Response from Rust-OleumSupportJan 21, 2020
Yikes, this is not what we expect to hear! To ensure proper drying with Rust-Oleum Specialty Appliance Epoxy Spray Paint, the coating must be applied to a properly prepped and clean metal surface. Please keep in mind, dry and recoat times are base on 70ºF (21°C) and 50% relative humidity. Cooler temperatures or higher humidity can extend the recoat times. We also do not recommend sanding between coats, as this will open up the paint pores and cause wrinkling with a new coat. We want to try to make things right with you. Please give us a call at 800-481-4785 to talk with us further.
- Rust-Oleum Product Support 3 Rustoleum
1 person found this helpful
Preparation is 99% of the job and once you have the prep done, the rest is easy. This is 1970's p...
Preparation is 99% of the job and once you have the prep done, the rest is easy. This is 1970's pink tile in a 1970's bathroom. Wash the tile and wipe it dry with a clean cloth. Rewash the tile and dry it again with a different clean cloth. Then put on some rubber gloves, add a cup of Muratic acid to 5 gallons of water and wipe the tile again and dry with a different cloth. Make sure the area is dust free and turn off the A/C or furnace prior to painting. Tape off the tile if you need to. Spray the tile in light coats. I sprayed these tiles 4 times with light coats each time to obtain the final result. The final result is flawless. Make sure you shake the can for a good 5 minutes prior to the first coat and make sure you are constantly shaking the can during the painting process. This is "epoxy" paint so buy, and wear, a respirator or pay the price.
by Anthony
21 people found this helpful
This appliance epoxy is great! I bought it to repair a scratched toilet (vid https://www.youtube....
This appliance epoxy is great! I bought it to repair a scratched toilet (vid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHXxDLCSL7I on youtube) which has so far worked great. I also removed the top loading lid on my washing machine as all the edges were rusty, sanded it, applied 2 coats 45 mins apart and let it cure for 24 hours in a well ventilated room. WOW! Lid and toilet bowl looks like new! An affordable fix and I still have half a can left!
by prometheus
13 people found this helpful
Refrigerator looks like new
Our refrigerator had some worn spots in the paint, and it was not shiny any more. It is a textured surface, which sand paper can not get in the little dips. I used a green Scotch Brite pad and scouring powder to clean and roughen the surface. I then used lacquer thinner to remove any oil or grease. I gave it a very thin coat and let it sit for 5 minutes, then gave it the final coat. The first coat partially dries and hold onto the final coat for a smoother finish and less runs. It is important to overlap the strokes by at least 1/3 and keep the can a consistent distance from the surface, using an even speed. The finish now looks at least as good as the factory paint. It took 2 cans to paint the frig. If you are careful and take your time, you will get excellent results. Great price too!!
by Gary1
17 people found this helpful
Just like new...
My old refrigerator began rusting on the front for some reason, it works great but was an eyesore. Tried another brand 1st, to no avail, it dripped down and was unsightly plus the rust began to show through. Cleaned the rust off again and sanded down the front, picked up a can of this product, removed the doors and went outdoors to spray them, waited for them to dry in about an hours time. Went on smooth, no dripping, has a nice glossy sheen, looks just like brand new. It's supposed to deter rust so I will see if it will live up to that claim over time, so far so good until then.
by TD530
28 people found this helpful
Made my 30 year old freezer look like new...love this stuff!
Made my 30 year old freezer look like new...love this stuff!
by hayley3
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